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  • Full of the new feeling, she bade the girl good-afternoon, and went on over the stumps of hazel to where Grace and Winterborne were standing.

    The Woodlanders

  • “Well, then, good-afternoon,” said the Procureur, bowing his head, evidently anxious to be rid of this strange visitor.


  • As she did not invite me to the kitchen, the only thing left me to do was to say good-afternoon and depart.

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 07, No. 43, May, 1861 Creator

  • 'I am afraid I must bid you good-afternoon, sir,' said Paul.

    Despair's Last Journey

  • Mrs. Smylie, the baker's wife and postmistress, served her with the stamps, and Marjory was about to say good-afternoon and leave the shop, when

    Hunter's Marjory A Story for Girls

  • He was dressed just as I saw him last night, black coat and grey trousers, his hat on, and a roll of paper like manuscript in his hand, and he said, "Oh! good-afternoon;" and then he glanced all round the kitchen and he glanced at me with an awful look, as if he was going to murder me, and said, "Warm afternoon, isn't it?" and then

    Real Ghost Stories

  • "Ler'm tell me, hisself, an old interfarin 'old fule, and he'll ha' the rough side o 'my tongue," the customer said; and nodded an unsmiling good-afternoon, and went on her way.

    A Sheaf of Corn

  • Passing up the garden-path and entering the kitchen, he bade the girl a good-afternoon, and asked her if she were waiting for the

    Lancashire Idylls (1898)

  • The girls shook hands, and Marjory, again saying good-afternoon to Mrs. Smylie, left the shop.

    Hunter's Marjory A Story for Girls

  • We bade her good-afternoon and set out for Chasins and Abramson's, to deliver his amulet to Mr. Sidney Harris.

    Adventure of the Purloined Periapt


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